Yummy plov!

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    Jun 18, 2012 6:50 PM GMT
    ...also known as pilaf, pilau, palau, and others depending on the language of origin.

    http://englishrussia.com/2012/05/28/aromas-of-uzbek-pilau/


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    I first had this at an Uzbek restaurant in Moscow, and surely enough I was hooked the moment I tried it. It's just so good!

    Plov is pretty much found in all of Central Asia, though the Uzbek and Kazakh variants are the best known in Russia. However, I've basically decided that the origin of plov is as clear as the origin of baklava. Just like every country in the Mediterranean claims to have invented baklava, every country in Central Asia claims to have invented plov.

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    Jun 18, 2012 8:53 PM GMT
    pocketnico said...also known as pilaf, pilau, palau, and others depending on the language of origin.

    http://englishrussia.com/2012/05/28/aromas-of-uzbek-pilau/


    uzbekpilau002-29.jpg


    I first had this at an Uzbek restaurant in Moscow, and surely enough I was hooked the moment I tried it. It's just so good!

    Plov is pretty much found in all of Central Asia, though the Uzbek and Kazakh variants are the best known in Russia. However, I've basically decided that the origin of plov is as clear as the origin of baklava. Just like every country in the Mediterranean claims to have invented baklava, every country in Central Asia claims to have invented plov.



    haha my grandma cooks that often. =)